Geography (Bachelor of Arts in Geography (General))

Geography (Bachelor of Arts in Geography (General))

Bachelor degree
36 months
Application deadlines: March 1, October 1
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: CA$120
Intakes: May, September, January
International tuition: CA$17,500
Domestic tuition: CA$5,000

Program overview

What is unique about this program at the U of M? Jeff Willows (BA Geography) received the Riddell Faculty Undergraduate Thesis Prize of $1,000 – extremely complex topic of “Explaining War in Darfur” work that included exploring the history of Islam, contemporary Islamic culture and their relationship to non-Islamic African peoples. Currently doing a Masters at Carlton in a program that is widely regarded as the training ground for Canadas future diplomats.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



  • PTE
Common International Curricula (GCE and IB): General Certificate of Education (GCE): Minimum 2 courses at Advanced (A) level and 3 courses at Ordinary (O) level: no grades below a ‘D’ (GCE). International Baccalaureate (IB): An IB diploma with 3 courses at the higher level (HL) and 3 courses at the standard level (SL): no grades below a ‘3’ (IB). English language proficiency.

Career opportunities

Professional opportunities: As Geography is such a diverse discipline, the array of possible careers is similarly broad. Often careers arise from each of the sub-disciplines augmented by expertise in regions, topics or techniques. Geography is a popular choice for students who seek further training in education, landscape architecture, and city planning. Geographic techniques, especially GIS, are highly marketable skills, and students also develop strong analytical and communications skills. Careers suited to human geographers include market research, real estate, planning, and community development. Geographers also find many suitable careers in government and non-profit agencies.

Campus location

Winnipeg , Canada

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